TikTok videos show devastating floods in Europe (VIDEOS)

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TikTok videos show devastating floods in Europe (VIDEOS)
  • In TikTok, several videos where the tragedy that occurred in Europe is shown have come to light.
  • The videos are awesome.
  • The platform has been a great means of dissemination to inform other users.

videos devastating floods Europe. In recent days, the floods that hit Germany and Belgium have made the news, although they also affected Switzerland, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, where there was damage to small towns and cities, in addition to the lists of people who remain missing and of course, the list of the deceased, which at this moment has around 190 people’s names on it, since the search has been hampered by the cars that were dragged and authorities think that more bodies will probably be found in the rubble.

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It is through platforms like TikTok that the videos of the floods in these countries have been released, showing the desperation of the people who tried to survive, how the cars drifted away due to the currents, the houses were destroyed and the rescue teams came to help, the pictures have shocked users who weren’t aware of this situation.

TikTok videos of devastating floods Europe: The catastrophic floods

videos devastating floods Europe: The catastrophic floods
Photo: Tik Tok

One of the videos that have gone viral is the one uploaded by the CBS News network, which shows a shocking clip of the flood that hit Germany unexpectedly and left hundreds of families homeless, cars floating , causing fires and with entire families on rooftops waiting for help.

In a first install it shows how a man supports himself in the rubble of a house, on the highest floor to be able to survive the great heights of the water that hits the homes with force, waiting for help; change the shot, showing how the area was after being hit by it, you can see the fallen trees, the debris of what were once houses and the fire brigades that came to help the families who were trapped in their homes and that the only solution they had was to climb the roof. Filed Under: Videos Devastating Floods Europe

TikTok devastating flood videos Europe: A city under water

devastating flood videos Europe: A city under water
Photo: Tik Tok

It was a video published by The Global News on Tik Tok, showing what a city located in Germany looks like under water, cars were stranded and houses are damaged, while the few shops remain closed due to the water that reaches really dangerous heights.

The voice heard in the video narrates that the situation is similar for the countries of Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands, but that Germany has been one of the countries most affected by the overflowing of nearby rivers; The video shows how several cars pass near the obstructed area and that the roads appear free of water, but the nearby houses remain in poor condition. Filed Under: Videos Devastating Floods Europe

TikTok videos devastating floods Europe: Cars hitting houses, washed away by water

videos devastating floods Europe: Cars hitting houses, washed away by water
Photo: Tik Tok

A user uploaded a clip on Tik Tok with the description of “Floods in Germany” shows how a car is dragged by the rhythm of the current, while it collides with the wall of a house and the person from the house of a The side is recording the situation that happens outside, staying in the highest part of the house to be safe.

It is observed for a moment how the situation is outside the place, where the water currents that hit that community take away everything that is in their path, such as tree branches, tires, tables or any object that has been outside the place is being razed. Most of the comments are about words of encouragement and who says it is all a product of climate change Filed Under: Videos Devastating Floods Europe

TikTok videos devastating floods Europe: Entire houses being carried away by the current

videos devastating floods Europe: Entire houses being carried away by the current
Photo: Tik Tok

The following video contains different shorts that the inhabitants of Germany managed to capture, where the first shot shows how a house is sliding through the water while hitting a tree, which shows the force with which the current swept through the community; the next clip is about how cars crash into bridges and shatter in the moment.

The video is shocking due to the scenes that several survivors managed to take, to show other Tik Tok Internet users how the situation in some parts of Europe was in a rather unfavorable condition, since what happens in other parts is often ignored of the world, which in these moments have been greatly affected. Filed Under: Videos Devastating Floods Europe

devastating flood videos Europe: Shocking shots

devastating flood videos Europe: Shocking shots
Photo: Tik Tok

One of the most shocking and viral videos showing the misfortune that occurs in Germany is the aerial shots made by a drone where it is observed how the city has been in the middle of the flood; houses are completely destroyed, cars are carried away by the current and various homes are consumed by the embracing flames, while the sound of the alert continues to sound.

The roads appear to be free, some cars manage to pass, but the outlook is grim; the water has taken everything in its path and it seems that it will not stop. The video so far has more than 51. 4 thousand likes, and in the comments there are phrases of support for those affected, while some religious people attribute this disaster with an emergency call from a divine being. Filed Under: Videos Devastating Floods Europe

Alerts sound

Alerts sound
Photo: Tik Tok

 

The clip that Global News uploaded seems to be from a science fiction or horror movie, because the alerts are sounding in all their splendor and the person who is recording captures these moments of uncertainty that thousands of families lived in Belgium and Germany ; the current is taking cars, which collide with some buildings causing damage.

Pieces of wood are loose, some objects are floating and cannot be distinguished anymore due to the constant movement of the person who was dedicated to recording that fragment; It is one of the viral videos that the account has, although it does not detail which country it belongs to, it only mentions those two territories and the poor conditions it seems to have. TO SEE VIDEO CLICK HERE

Belgium is flooded

Belgium is flooded
Photo: Tik Tok

Belgium seems to be in the same condition as Germany. In a video captured by a drone, the city is observed to be under water, the alerts continue to sound, the houses are damaged and several cars that were left in the middle of the waters are distinguished, the businesses remain closed and some can be seen floating objects.

It almost looks like a horror scene or a scene created by animation, it is a distressing panorama offered by the video, which also portrays the homes that have been on fire; the video so far has 25. 5,000 likes, as well as comments from people who mention “that if that happens in first world countries, how will it go with those of Latin America”. TO SEE VIDEO CLICK HERE

Touring the city in those conditions

Touring the city in those conditions
Photo: Tik Tok

Tik Tok has been the preferred platform to show the different scenarios left by the floods in Europe, where several users have given testimony of their experiences and the way their homes were after the disaster that occurred. Different people were portrayed thanks to drones, where the conditions of the houses and cities that were hit with this phenomenon appear.

In this video, it is shown how the drone goes between the streets of that town (it is not specified which part of Germany or Belgium it is), the businesses remain closed and the only thing that remains strong are the statues that are in the parks or the stronger trees, gives a sad panorama of what was a prosperous city; the cars are overturned and several objects are left in another place, damaging the structures.

The shots from the drone

The shots from the drone
Photo: Tik Tok

In fact, in the last videos the presence of the drone has been highlighted, which have remained in Tik Tok, showing how the overflows of the rivers affected the public roads and the roads rub against the water, while the cars pass through the place and danger is in every moment they pass the road.

It was a great means by which it was possible to capture how the towns of Germany and Belgium were left, where entire communities lost their homes and were surprised by the floods, although it had already been foreseen that it would happen, but that did not prevent them from measures weren’t present and conditions were pretty bad. TO SEE VIDEO CLICK HERE

People will be asked to leave their homes

People will be asked to leave their homes
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Germany was one of the countries most affected by these floods, its villages have been left in rubble and sinkholes have been present; Thousands of families have gone out to look for their disappeared and many others to identify their dead, for this reason the authorities have been aware of the affected areas, due to the great damage it caused to the populations.

According to the BBC, In some cities and towns, inspectors say that large parts of the structure of homes have been detached, leaving them extremely unstable, and more people may be asked to leave their homes, which is why a new protocol has been started security to review house by house and see the damage they have.

Belgium and Germany, the most affected

Belgium and Germany, the most affected
Photo: Tik Tok

As the media has mentioned, at least 195 people died in Germany and Belgium, in floods that came quickly and forcefully. The Copernicus Emergency Management Service said it sent more than 25 warnings for specific regions of the Rhine and Meuse river basins in the days leading up to the floods, through its European Flood Awareness System (EFAS), much before heavy rains triggered flash floods.

According to CNN, entire cities, rail lines and highways were razed and at least 158 ​​people are the people who perished in Germany, in what German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier described as the “worst natural disaster” in a century. Although a warning has been given to the nations, it seems that few received the notification, due to the fact that the floods that occurred in the towns took them by surprise, so that several have doubted the effectiveness of the communication chain since the Central European level towards the regions is working, since it should have prevented the disasters that would occur.

 

 

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